a small selected sampling of recent work.

Sony Playstation "Lost in Music"


This is a promotional piece for the Sony PlayStation VR "Lost in Music" campaign. I was the Director of Photography for this promo as well as the event itself, and it was amazing to work on such a beautifully-designed studio set.

I am an avid scuba enthusiast, and am an SSI Advanced Open Water diver. I love combining my love of being under the water with cinematography. Here is some of my underwater work, shot on Arri Alexa, Alexa Mini, F55, and even the Sony A7Rii, for feature films as well as commercial product promos and music videos.



The Chainsmokers "Sony Lost in Music" event

This launch video kicked off the Sony PlayStation "Lost in Music" campaign with a one-night event headlined by The Chainsmokers. I was the Director of Photography for this complex event and shoot.

This is a 30-second brand spot for my longstanding client BEST Logistics, a company providing trucking and logistics support throughout the Southeastern US.

I was Director and DP on this shoot, which employed steadicam work on my ALEXA Mini, Zeiss Ultra Prime lenses, and a high-key look.


"Fiddlin" documentary

Throughout 2015 and 2016 I had the privilege of working with a group of great producers who got us amazing access to film a documentary about some of the best Bluegrass and Old Time musicians in the world. Here is the trailer for the upcoming film, which is slated to be released at film festivals soon.

Vanity Fair Instagram Portraits

This project was Vanity Fair's first ever Instagram videos, posted LIVE right after the White House Correspondent's Dinner. To see how this video was created, see this blog post.




I shot this music video, "Get Away" by Casual Confusion, with director Sam Fischer at Four Aces Movie Set near Palmdale, CA. The client wanted black and white, with a performance outside the set including rain towers. Shot over the course of 3 days, this one was a blast to work on.

I was DP and shooter for this promo for Netflix, entitled "Netflix Cheaterz", featuring original host Joey Greco. The client wanted to create a comedic promo series that followed the original show, featuring couples where one side would "cheat" (ie. watch ahead) in a particular series.